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Tea20 steering drop arms centralising

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04-14-2018 22:27:27

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Trying to align front wheel but will run out of thread in the process. So looking at my drop arms are they needing to be more over the foot peg. Thanks

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Charles in Aus.

04-16-2018 02:24:57

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 Re: Tea20 steering drop arms centralising in reply to kaesark, 04-14-2018 22:27:27  
My notes from over eight years ago ';

The alignment is achieved by disconnecting the arms from the quadrants within the steering box .

Lift one side right back and the opposite fully forward until they are completely disconnected , then turn the steering wheel anticlockwise until the two arms start to clatter , turn the steering wheel clockwise , both arms should then mesh into the pinion. Pull both arms down and they should then rest exactly above the top or rear stud [ depending on wear ]that secures the foot peg on both sides. The steering wheel should have two spokes facing forward at 10 o'clock and 2 o'clock and one facing the rear at 6 o'clock ( as viewed from drivers seat).

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04-16-2018 02:34:55

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 Re: Tea20 steering drop arms centralising in reply to Charles in Aus., 04-16-2018 02:24:57  
Thanks Charles

My wheel spokes are certainly not as you describe, I think I stuffed up by spinning the steering wheel about when I had the links disconnected from the drop arm's.

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04-15-2018 05:46:18

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 Re: Tea20 steering drop arms centralising in reply to kaesark, 04-14-2018 22:27:27  
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Yes, they should be roughly above the footrests. According to the manual, the drag links should be 37 1/8" grease nipple to grease nipple. Also, there should be 1/8" toe-in. Measuring on-center the front of the rims should be 1/8" less than between the rear side of the rims.

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Richard L

04-15-2018 05:35:51

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 Re: Tea20 steering drop arms centralising in reply to kaesark, 04-14-2018 22:27:27  
You can open this up then scroll down to page 180 and the part about the steering starts there and about timing the drop down arms starts on page 183.

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